Now you can remind your invitees of your special event virtually every single day by giving out magnetic invites! 

Customize it according to your preferred color, design and theme. Comes in a plastic sleeve so you can mail, or personally hand them out to friends and loved ones. Only Php30.00 each for the ATM-size, minimum order of 50 pieces. (Discounts available for 150 pcs or more!) 

FREE shipping within Metro Manila for 50pcs and up.

For details on ordering, payment, and delivery, please read our FAQ section. (coming soon! :) )

Atomic Fotofun is now on tumblr!

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Hi Tumblr! We’re Atomic Fotofun, a Pinoy graphic design and personalized party souvenirs shop invading your web space to hopefully reach out to more of you who may be interested in our products. We create and supply personalized party giveaways such as our best-selling photomagnets, personalized novelty shirts, pvc bagtags, ceramic mugs, coffee tumblers, acrylic keychains, and more. We also do Photobooth Services for birthday parties, christenings, weddings and other events.

Currently we’re only serving orders within the Philippines but who knows?, we might soon ship our products abroad too! *fingers crossed

Atomic Fotofun is owned and operated by Ron Velas, a former marketing associate of a retail company that has now become a full-time online seller, graphic designer, part-time photographer and a weekend DIY Handyman.

Here we’ll share some of our works so our new clients (yes, you!) may have some idea on what they may want their party favors to look like. Please do follow us and we’d like to hear from you soon! :)

Enzo's Party Souvenirs




Thanks to Kat Tan of Majik Prints for creating these photomagnets, for the super affordable package that we were able to avail from them and for keeping up with my kakikayan and kaartehan while making the layout… I hope I wasn’t a pain Kat… :)

Our package included onsite photomagnet printing and pre-made magnets with my favorite photo of Enzo. If only we had enough time at the party venue, I’m sure the guests would have had more pictures taken and more magnets printed… :)

So, I tried my luck in Photoshop (of course with a little training from my sister Lirei) and made a replica of the actual magnets that were given to the guests (also, of course with Kat’s permission to post it)… :)